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... it has been very efficient. The only thing is that sometimes the stands are a little hard to find even with the map of their locations downloaded to your phone. So far we have managed not to go over our 30 min limit though. The people here are friendly but a bit quieter than in New York. If you look puzzled they don't offer to help but I'm sure they would if asked. The museums are full of friendly volunteers and scientists ...
... that area from balconies, a huge void in the middle. Whatever has passed, this place may need saving again, particularly as guards for the various entrances outnumbered those actually going up the tower. The exhibits on the history are a little tired, but then there's no money coming in from free tours. The view would be grand on a good day; I could see four blocks or so, ducking the icy snow blasts on two sides where the tower is open before deciding enough was enough.
... team - logic=Bill, feelings=Karyl, you need both in your life to touch and be in touch with humanity.
OK facts - it covers 624 acres, the cemetery contains the remains of more than 400,000 people from the Unites States and eleven other countries, buried there since the 1860's. Based on its burial rate, the cemetery is expected to reach capacity by 2020, after which time it will operate as a national shrine. Of the 184 people who died in the Sept. ...
... t really sure what was. When it came, it was a spicy stir fry mixture of chicken and vegetables served over large flat rice noodles. It was delicious and the spice was just right....spicy enough to have our foreheads sweating, but not spicy enough to incinerate our innards. Did I say it was absolutely delicious? Before long, our friends Graeme and Tracey arrived and joined us. After they had lunch as well, we headed out to pick up our van. Now, our purveyor of information, ...
... write a song to commemorate the occasion. And thus the Star Spangled Banner came to be! The flag itself is looking a little worse for wear, because bits of it, including one of the stars, have been 'souvenired' throughout the years. Even without being a native, I felt a sense of awe seeing this piece of history 'in the flesh'.
This was all we really had time for here, so we decided to catch the 'blue line' bus for a little drive around ...
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